12 Octubre, 2017
Manhattan's district attorney, Cyrus Vance Jr., declined to file charges against Weinstein in 2015 after the Italian model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez said Weinstein assaulted her, The New Yorker reported on Tuesday. They scamper excitedly upon that red carpet, chatting with celebrity journos, and later they hold golden trophies and make fine speeches. "As I said, this is only the beginning".
A dark lord like Harvey Weinstein, a Hollywood lord without peer.
He concludes, 'I understand and empathise with those who have remained silent.
Hillary Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee who also received thousands of dollars in contributions from Weinstein, said she was "shocked and appalled by the revelations" and said such behavior "cannot be tolerated".
On Wednesday, Cara Delevingne also came forward with her own "terrifying" experience with Weinstein.
Weinstein had built a reputation as a punisher. Police said the dispute was between Weinstein and his 22 year-old daughter, Lily. So who said Hollywood irony was dead?
GEORGINA CHAPMAN is leaving her husband Harvey Weinstein following allegations of sexual harassment against him from a string of actresses.
The harassment and assault allegations surrounding Weinstein were an open secret in Hollywood, and to many entertainment reporters, Froelich says. "What other people are saying, what my former colleagues are saying, is that they're going to donate it to charity, and of course I will do that", Clinton told CNN's Fareed Zakaria.
Damon denied ever seeing inappropriate behaviour while working with Weinstein. "And, you know, like so many people who've come forward and spoken out, this was a different side of a person who I and many others had known in the past".
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Weinstein first met his wife, Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman in 2003, and the pair have two children together; India Pearl, seven, and Dashiell Max Robert, four.
Responded Clinton, "Well there's no one to give it back to".
The New York Times deserves credit for its recent stories on Weinstein, but it doesn't come away clean, either, as former Times writer Sharon Waxman claims that she had the goods on Weinstein in 2004.
Crew recounted the incident in 16 separate tweets, alleging that a Hollywood executive who isn't Weinstein once approached him and his wife, Rebecca King-Crews, at a public event and "groped [his] privates". And that's for one main reason: This story will only get worse and drag on - and on and on.
Delevingne said in a second post that abuse of women by powerful men happens in every industry.
"Back then, Harvey could spin - or suppress - anything; there were so many journalists on his payroll, working as consultants on movie projects, or as screenwriters, or for his magazine". "I'm used to that", Weinstein says. "Here's the thing: They want to work".
But before the Harvey Weinstein movie wins an Oscar, I need to apologize to medieval jesters for comparing them to Hollywood types.